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55 John Street

Room: 309

Toronto, ON M5V 3C6

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Workshop for frontline youth workers on "Outreach with MVP Youth", in partnership with CEE Centre for Young Black Professionals.

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The Toronto Youth Equity Strategy (TYES) and Youth Employment Partnerships (YEP) invite frontline workers who are working with MVP youth (youth most vulnerable to involvement in serious violence and crime) to attend our 2018 Frontline Workers’ Workshop Series.

Registration is now open for: Outreach with MVP Youth, in partnership with CEE Centre for Young Black Professionals, taking place at Metro Hall (55 John Street) in Room 309 (3rd Floor) on October 28th, from 2:00 to 5:00 pm.

OUTREACH is evolving!! The question you must ask yourself is, are you? This workshop will focus on understanding the new ways of outreach and recruitment through experiential learning. By attending this workshop frontline workers will gain outreach strategies for in community, online, and radio that have been tried and tested. They will also be able to create outreach plans that speak to MVP Youth. For example, the workshop will cover topics such as:

- Network is your NetWorth

- Effective (Slang) messaging

- Interactive outreach presentation

- Social media marketing including, videos, picture, and going live etc.

- A full understanding of MVP Youth.

The workshop will be facilitated by Horace Spence and :

Horace Spence is a Registered Social Service Worker with over 7 years’ experience in Outreach. Horace Spence is currently a Program Facilitator at CEE Centre. Horace loves to engage the community with a meaningful approach. He is known for his ability to relate to the community and its members. Horace comes with a wealth of life experience that allows him to see different points of view. which is very helpful in developing and facilitating programs for clients and stakeholders. By working at CEE, Horace gets the chance to become the agent of change which allows him to stay connected to the community and the demographic CEE serves.

Khalil Dorival is 25 years old, and lives in Parkdale, Toronto. He is the Founder of Fly Guy Music, a launching pad for motivational speaking, faith based music, and fashion design. His major goal is to inspire people to love themselves in return love others. Known for his enthusiastic energy, Khalil is able to translate the trials and tribulations of life into relatable principles and coaching strategies. His biggest dream is to impact the world globally by giving back. On his journey to success and personal well-being, his soul inspiration is to change lives, sowing seeds of hope and teachings to bring out the best in people.

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